Sophie’s work explores patterns and phenomena in the nano-scale, such as the structure of crystals and optical diffraction.
Sanjay Salem is an animator, a programmer, and a designer.
Perry Naseck is an artist, engineer, and student with an interest in interactive, kinetic, light- and time-based media.
Olivia Cunnally is an interdisciplinary artist whose practice mainly consists of narrative and documentary film, video games, and interactive media.
Monica Chang seeks exploration in the uncanny and the oddities that exist both in her mind and the ever-changing environments that surround her.
Through photography and online performance, Lily is reflecting on her experiences as an older sister, military brat, and teenager growing up around alcoholism in yuppieneck southern Maryland.
Kristine’s art practice is centered around her religion and her identity and journey as a Christian.
Khushi tends to use video/ film as her primary medium because she finds something curious and truthful in a moving image.
Julie “Juju” Lee’s work is her diary, filled with murmurs and pleas for something gentler and louder in an unpredictable and odd world.
Jonas is working on a long-term world-building project based on Marlo Thomas and Friends’ “Free To Be You and Me,” made up of mostly colored pencil drawings and paintings.